• VsCode


    MacOS: Jump to the beginning of a word:option (⌥) + ← Jump to the end of a word:option (⌥) + → Jump to a line:command (⌘) + ← Jump to the end of a line:command (⌘) + → When the cursor is inserted at the current position of the previous line:command (⌘) + option (⌥) […]

  • Vscode plug-in “will it”, English is not good to download to automatically analyze the source code of unfamiliar words, click to read words


    Open source code to automatically analyze all the English words contained, and display the interpretation results, first learn the words and then look at the code. It will be used. It will be all right! Will you Is it still because the variable contains unknown words? Are you still losing your hair because you can’t […]

  • Detailed explanation of the Bert series


    Since the emergence of Bert, great progress has been made in NLP field. With the increase of model capacity, the progress of Bert model has been improved in each dataset. However, although the size of the upgrade model can improve the effect of downstream tasks to a certain extent, if the scale of the model […]

  • Transformer in NLP


    By ReNu KhandelwalCompile | VKSource: toward Data Science In this article, we will discuss the following questions about transformer Why do we need a transformer, and what are the challenges of the sequence 2 sequence model? Transformer and its architecture are introduced in detail In depth study of the terms used in transformer, such as […]

  • Timestamp in [. Net] [C #] C ා


    UNIX timestamp, or UNIX time or POSIX time, is a kind of time representation, which is defined asGreenwich mean timeThe total number of seconds since 0:00:00, January 1, 1970 (8:00:00, Beijing time, January 1, 1970). 1tick in C ා is 100 nanoseconds (NS) 1 second (s) = 1000 ms 1 millisecond (MS) = 1000 microseconds […]

  • HTML handles word wrapping


    Mainly do often forget the accumulation of knowledge points, the content of this article is more comprehensive, and here for reference, the original article address here 1.word- break:break-all. Only works in English, with letters as the basis for line breaks 2.word- wrap:break-word. It works only in English, with words as the basis for line breaks […]

  • Regular expression memo (recommended Collection)


    Anchor point ^: the beginning of a string or the beginning of a row in multiline mode $: end of string or end of line in multiline mode \b: word boundary \B: is not a word boundary\b) Note: the anchor is not quantifiable (i.e., there can be no quantifier after it). Character sequence .: any […]

  • How to download word program on Apple Mac system


    How to download word on Mac? As the core program of office suite, word provides many easy-to-use document creation tools and rich function sets for creating complex documents. However, many users don’t know how to download word on the Mac. In fact, after the release of office 2016 for Mac, this problem has become simple. […]

  • Review regular in one minute


    In the usual work will often encounter regular, but I found that every time I forget how to write, so here a little review summary Look at the question first /*Topic 1*/ var str1 = ‘123456765464153513566’ //Divide numbers by a comma every three (from back to front) //For example, 1234 to 1234 /*Topic 2*/ var […]

  • Method of generating fluent text


    By Aaron AbrahamsonVKSource: toward Data Science Training text generation model on sandcastle 2000 Sand dune castle is a story of a distant feudal society. It focused on a duke and his family, who were forced to become administrators of the desert planet arakis. Frank Herbert published the classic in 1965. Almost any modern science fiction […]

  • Linux: the use of back quotation marks


    In Linux, back quotation marks are also very common, which is the symbol. So how do you use the back quote? My understanding is that for any command with back quotation marks, first execute the command in the back quotation mark once, and then execute the result of the command that has been executed again, […]

  • Linux command line Basics (1)


    Find in order Up key: search forward the used command according to the use order, and advance a command every time you press it. Down key: search the used command backward according to the use order, and advance a command every time you press it. Although it is simple, it is not very convenient to […]